math_celebrity Administrator Staff member Aug 30, 2019 #1 rs+h^2=1 for h Subtract rs from each side to isolate h: rs - rs + h^2 = 1 - rs Cancel the rs on the left side: h^2 = 1 - rs Take the square root of each side: sqrt(h^2) = sqrt(1 - rs) h = +- sqrt(1 -rs)

rs+h^2=1 for h Subtract rs from each side to isolate h: rs - rs + h^2 = 1 - rs Cancel the rs on the left side: h^2 = 1 - rs Take the square root of each side: sqrt(h^2) = sqrt(1 - rs) h = +- sqrt(1 -rs)